Secrets of the Saltwater Fly

Tips and Tales from the World's Great Anglers

Secrets of the Saltwater Fly

Features over thirty different saltwater flies, profiles their designers, and offers a materials list for the do-it-yourself flytier

Tying Bugs

The Complete Book of Poppers, Sliders, and Divers for Fresh and Salt Water

Tying Bugs

The most complete fly tying book on poppers, divers, sliders (collectively called “bugs”) ever written. Includes over 400 detailed step by steps for traditional patterns such as Lefty’s Bug and the Sneaky Pete, as well as new and innovative patterns tied with the latest materials. All facets of bug making are covered, from shaping the heads on cork, foam, and balsa, to tying articulated patterns, to creating weedguards. Also included is an extensive section on DIY painting and coloring techniques.

Advanced Fly Fishing Techniques

Secrets of an Avid Fisherman

Advanced Fly Fishing Techniques

Features discussions on using the right fly, choosing the right stream, hooking, fighting, landing, and releasing, and includes a section on special techniques for different types of fish

Tying Bugs

The Complete Book of Poppers, Sliders, and Divers for Fresh and Salt Water

Tying Bugs

Bugs are back. Bugs--a generic name for poppers traditionally fished for bass species--encompass a range of diverse surface patterns that are not only effective for smallmouth and largemouth bass but also a host of saltwater species including redfish, sea trout, stripers, and dorado. More and more anglers now fish for smallmouth and largemouth bass around the US, and new materials have come on the scene that make tying these flies exciting (and productive) again. The most complete fly tying book on poppers, divers, sliders (collectively called "bugs") ever written. Includes over 400 detailed step by steps for traditional patterns such as Lefty's Bug and the Sneaky Pete, as well as new and innovative patterns tied with the latest materials. All facets of bug making are covered, from shaping the heads on cork, foam, and balsa, to tying articulated patterns, to creating weedguards. Also included is an extensive section on DIY painting and coloring techniques.

Orvis Guide to Saltwater Fly Fishing, New and Revised

Orvis Guide to Saltwater Fly Fishing, New and Revised

The name Curcione is synonymous with professional saltwater fly fishing. Through the salt scene of the 1980s and 1990s, Nick Curcione developed and wrote about flies and methods that changed the way people fished inshore and off shore. Curcione shared the water with many of the great veteran fly rodders of his time, and that collected experience and knowledge enrich this book. The coastal angler who chases striped bass, albacore and various tunas, sea trout, yellowtail, tarpon, and many other species will find all the guidance he needs in these chapters.

Innovative Saltwater Flies

Innovative Saltwater Flies

Featuring patterns and recipes for 271 flies from 37 top innovators, this sumptuously illustrated reference is organized by tier, with background information on each tier's saltwater experience and the development of his or her favorite patterns. With flies for the Atlantic and Pacific coasts, Mexico and the Caribbean, this volume is a portfolio of the most effective, innovative flies yet developed for salt water. 100 color photos.

Catalog of Copyright Entries. Third Series

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Catalog of Copyright Entries. Third Series

Includes Part 1A: Books and Part 1B: Pamphlets, Serials and Contributions to Periodicals

Secrets of the Borland C++ Masters

Secrets of the Borland C++ Masters

The one book that makes programmers Borland C++ masters. This is the ultimate books of tips, techniques, and shortcuts for intermediate and advanced programmers. Includes two disks with all source code, plus third-party development tools; discusses the development environment configuration for large-scale application development; helps programmers produce faster programs, use less memory, optimize the Turbo Debugger and Turbo Profiler, and more.

Orvis Ultimate Book of Fly Fishing

Secrets from the Orvis Experts

Orvis Ultimate Book of Fly Fishing

THE ORVIS ULTIMATE BOOK OF FLY FISHING is a grand tour of the world of fly-fishing strategies and techniques, from Orvis's world-famous team of experts and advisors. In large format with rich and helpful color photos and drawings, the book covers everything from basic fishing knots and casts to expert techniques you won't see in standard books. Besides trout technique and secrets for rivers and lakes, the book also covers the worlds of fly fishing for bonefish, striped bass, permit, bluefish, largemouth bass, smallmouth bass, and steelhead. Learn how to nymph for steelhead from Matt Supinski. Find out how to catch the elusive permit from Jack Samson. Take a lesson from John Shewey on swinging a classic wet fly for West Coast steelhead. Learn how to find stripers along Northeast beaches from Lou Tabory. Find out which knots work best for saltwater fly fishing. Tom Rosenbauer will tell you how to read a trout stream and approach the fish, then discover his secrets for catching trout on dry flies and nymphs. Jim Lepage shares his knowledge on catching trout in ponds and lakes, then Bill Tapply will tell you how to catch freshwater bass on flies. Polish your fly casting with world expert Tom Deck. All this and much more in the most comprehensive and attractive book in the Orvis line.

Fly Fishing Boston: A Complete Saltwater Guide from Rhode Island to Maine

Fly Fishing Boston: A Complete Saltwater Guide from Rhode Island to Maine

Where and how to fly fish within two or three hours of downtown Boston. Terry Tessein, a veteran of a lifetime of fishing the New England coastline, shares those years of experience in the first detailed guidebook to the multitude of fly fishing possibilities within easy reach of downtown Boston. From the shores of Rhode Island to the coastline of southern Maine, Tessein will guide the reader on where to go, when to go to find particular species, and what flies and tactics to use at each venue. Fly Fishing Boston covers both well known areas like the Joppa Flats of Newburyport, as well as the relatively unknown and underfished areas along this stretch. In addition, Tessein explains such important coastal fishing information as tides and how they affect the movement of fish. Finally, Fly Fishing Boston is detailed enough to provide even regional fly patterns unique to specific zones. It will be a book to both read in the off-season and to pack in the tackle bag when heading out for a day of fishing.